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Leading Ladies

Palmer continues its tradition of preparing women leaders in chiropractic
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Conference draws West Campus alumni and students to Capitol

West Alumni and Students group photo

Around 250 California-based chiropractors and students gathered in Sacramento on May 8 to participate in this year’s California Chiropractic Association Legislative Conference Day and lobby on behalf of the profession. Nearly a quarter of those attending were West Campus students or alumni, marking the sixth year in a row that a large West Campus contingent ventured to the state capitol.

“I think one of the greatest things about our participation is the spirit Palmer College continues to have for this event,” said West Campus Clinical Professor William Updyke, D.C. “Most, if not all, of the credit for that goes to Dr. Gary de Wet. He always fills the bus and deals with issues surrounding getting that many students to Sacramento. It also helps that the administration is supportive of the event.”

Said Dr. de Wet, “Once again, our students nobly served as ambassadors of both the College and the profession. It fills our alumni with pride when they see their alma mater’s participation in this event.”

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